What To Do Over Easter Weekend
What To Do Over Easter Weekend

What To Do Over Easter Weekend


Wondering what to do this double bank holiday weekend? SLMan has you covered. From new openings and supper clubs to a music exhibition, here’s what to get stuck into…


Somerset House Terrace Bar x San Miguel

Somerset House has reopened its outdoor terrace. Open all day until late, it offers a selection of San Miguel beers, sundowner spritz cocktails and tapas plates. Currently the only place in the UK where you can get San Miguel on tap, the terrace has a happy hour every Friday from 6-7pm when two pints and two tapas dishes – think garlic prawns with flatbreads and patatas bravas – go for £20. Feeling adventurous? The San Miguel Sundown Spritz is a refreshing mix of tequila, pomegranate juice, lime, grenadine, agave syrup and San Miguel Especial. 

River Terrace, Strand, WC2R 1LA

Visit SomersetHouse.org.uk


AllSaints Pop-Up At Harrods

Until Saturday 16th, shoppers can visit the AllSaints pop-up in Harrods to create their own customised leather jacket. Choose from a curated display of classic and new bikers in an array of colours, styles and textures, then get it personalised with hand-painting, stencils and up to five limited-edition badges – ideal for adding some edge to your wardrobe. Bring some design inspo with you or ask the artists to create something unique. 

87–135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, SW1X 7XL

Visit AllSaints.com



Double Standard

In King’s Cross, the Standard hotel’s ground-floor bar and terrace is serving a special bottomless brunch. Each day, one lucky winner will be invited to continue the party upstairs with a complimentary overnight stay at the hotel and a bottle of fizz. From noon to 5pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, guests can brunch al fresco on Double's garden terrace with music from the resident DJs, or indoors at the 70s-inspired bar. Choose from two hours of bottomless prosecco or bloody Marys with American diner classics like the ‘Brunch Dog’ with crispy bacon, pickle sauce and onions, or the ‘Brunch Burger’ with bloody Mary ketchup, bacon and smoked cheddar.

10 Argyle Street, King’s Cross, WC1H 8EG

Visit SevenRooms.com


For The Record Exhibition At The Photographers Gallery

The new exhibition at The Photographers Gallery in Mayfair celebrates album covers over the decades, reflecting on their role in shaping and making artists – both in front of and behind the camera. Bringing together over 200 album covers, the exhibition features iconic images by Andy Warhol, Cindy Sherman, David Bailey and Helen Levitt, many of whom had their careers launched through their cover images. From Robert Frank’s legendary imagery for The Rolling Stones to Annie Leibovitz’s visionary work with Cyndi Lauper, it showcases the visionaries and artists behind the lens. Tickets cost £5.

Until Sunday 12th June; 16-18 Ramillies Street, Mayfair, W1F 7LW

Visit ThePhotographersGallery.org.uk



Italian-inspired restaurant Manteca in Shoreditch recently received a Michelin Bib Gourmand award. Now, it’s opening its doors on Sundays for the first time, with a special lunch menu featuring sharing dishes for the whole family. Begin with snacks of fried Nocellara olives stuffed with Italian sausage and focaccia or mortadella and salumi, before tucking into starters like house-made ricotta with roasted grapes and pangrattato; or wood roasted cabbage with miso and pancetta. Main dishes include tonnarelli with brown crab cacio e pepe; rigatoni with kale sauce, chilli and parmigiano; and lasagne served with roasted porchetta and salsa verde. You can also try a range of European wines, served from magnums, chosen by Manteca’s sommelier.

49-51 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, EC2A 3PT

Visit MantecaRestaurant.co.uk


Untold Killing Series 2

Untold Killing just dropped a new series. Series one told the story of the genocide in which more than 8,000 Bosniak-Muslims were murdered in Srebrenica. Series two explores the story of Prijedor. Thirty years ago, as the world watched the disintegration of Yugoslavia, ordinary people were systematically identified as ‘other’ and divided by their ethnicities. As the Bosnian war began in the spring of 1992, these divisions manifested in a sinister and calculated way. Thousands of Bosnian Muslims and Croats were detained, tortured and killed in concentration camps. Over six episodes, the podcast explores the camps’ political and ideological implications, the personal stories of those held there, and the long-lasting effects on the camp survivors and their families, who now live scattered across the world. An important listen.

Visit Podcasts.Apple


Theo Randall x Crodino Supper

On Wednesday 20th April, celeb chef Theo Randall will host an evening of endless aperitivo at The Fisheries in Hackney from 6.30pm-8.30pm. In collaboration with Italian non-alcoholic aperitif Crodino, diners can book in for two hours of bottomless Italian food created by Theo with unlimited Crodino. The menu includes zucchini and ricotta fritters with Amalfi lemon; crostini with grilled Sicilian red peppers and capers; and fritto misto aubergine, courgette and sweet potato with fresh chilli, mint and red wine vinegar. Tickets are only £10pp.

The Fisheries, 1 Mentmore Terrace, Hackney, E8 3PN

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Crispin x Pidgin Supper

Book ahead for this supper at Crispin in Spitalfields. On Tuesday 19th April the chefs at Hackney's award-winning Pidgin will take to Crispin’s kitchen for a one-off service. The restaurants’ head chefs have created a five-course menu featuring cured monkfish with citrus and broad bean falafel and mint; skate, mussel, nettle and guanciale emulsion; asparagus with tarragon, duck egg and marmite; pork tenderloin with faggots, white broccoli and peas; and bay leaf semi freddo with wild strawberries and olive oil. Tickets cost £55pp.

White's Row, Spitalfields, E1 7NF

Visit CrispinLondon.com

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